Stars basking in glow of Iron Horse Hotel lately
Everyone is feeling sorry for "The Bachelor" Jason Mesnick and his Milwaukee-based girlfriend Molly Malaney.
Last week, AirTran gave them flights so they can see each other and this week we hear that the Iron Horse Hotel invited the couple in for a rendezvous and the pair has taken the Walker's Point hotel up on its generous offer.
Especially now that the Smyth restaurant has opened in the city's only iron-clad boutique hotel, the stars are really basking in the reflected glow of polished chrome. If you want to get close to them, it looks like the Iron Horse is the place to hang out these days.
Keen observers have seen the likes of Sheryl Crow, Chazz Palminteri -- who performed his "A Bronx Tale" here recently -- Tommy Lee, "American Idol" Ruben Studdard -- here to perform in "Ain't Misbehavin'," former Packers Vernand Morency and Najeh Davenport, Miss June 2008 Playmate Juliette Frette and many Brewers players and coaches including Dale Sveum, is apparently a regular guest when the Crew is here.
"Proof positive that design matters and good design (in this case, great design) drives business and creates buzz." if by "creates buzz" you mean "attracts Screech", right on brother!
eh whatever - in the past month alone the InterContinental has played host to the likes of Jeff Beck, Neko Case, Ray LaMontagne, David Sedaris, Heart and Rev. Al Sharpton. The Iron Horse isn't really that special - it's just the only thing anyone wants to pay attention to because it's new.
Downtowner | April 27, 2009 at 4:39 p.m. (report)
Proof positive that design matters and good design (in this case, great design) drives business and creates buzz.
In Milwaukee, bus drivers are celebrities ...
I agree with the comment from Buck. I could care less about some un-reality TV people. The only thing good about this is hopefully the exposure Milwaukee could get showing off a very nice establishment in the Ironhorse hotel.
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